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Design & Constructionof Water System and Irrigation

The water supply system is a crucial infrastructure responsible for gathering, transmitting, treating, storing, and distributing water to residential areas, businesses, industrial facilities, and for irrigation purposes. Among various municipal services, ensuring the availability of safe drinking water stands out as paramount. Individuals rely on water for essential activities such as drinking, cooking, washing, waste disposal, and other domestic necessities. Additionally, water supply systems must adhere to standards for public, commercial, and industrial usage, ensuring that the water provided meets both quality and quantity criteria in all instances.

Water System

  • Collection: Procuring raw water from natural sources or other designated areas.

  • Transmission: Building and maintaining pipelines or conduits to transport water from the source to treatment facilities.

  • Treatment: Implementing processes to purify and disinfect water, ensuring it meets quality standards for consumption.

  • Storage: Constructing and managing reservoirs or tanks to store treated water for distribution during peak demand periods.

  • Distribution: Establishing a network of pipelines and distribution points to supply water to homes, businesses, industries, and irrigation systems.

  • Domestic Supply: Providing potable water for essential domestic needs, including drinking, cooking, and sanitation.

  • Commercial and Industrial Supply: Ensuring water availability for commercial and industrial processes, meeting specific quality and quantity requirements.

  • Irrigation: Designing and maintaining systems for supplying water to agricultural fields or green spaces for irrigation purposes.

  • Quality Assurance: Implementing measures to monitor and maintain the quality of water throughout the entire system.

  • Quantity Management: Ensuring an adequate and reliable supply of water to meet the demands of various users.

  • Infrastructure Maintenance: Regular inspection, repair, and maintenance of the water supply infrastructure to prevent disruptions and ensure longevity.

  • Regulatory Compliance: Adhering to local, regional, and national regulations governing water quality, safety, and distribution.


Maintaining and repairing your irrigation system is crucial to the health and beauty of your landscape. Our irrigation services cover all components, from the point of connection to the piping and electrical systems to the sprinkler heads that apply water to your plants. Let us help keep your system running smoothly!

  • Conduct site analysis to determine optimal locations for irrigation systems.

  • Design and plan irrigation layouts based on crop types, soil conditions, and water availability.

  • Procure and install appropriate irrigation equipment, including pipes, pumps, and sprinklers.

  • Implement automated irrigation systems for efficient water management.

  • Conduct soil moisture analysis and implement moisture sensors for precision irrigation.

  • Establish a schedule for irrigation cycles and monitor water usage.

  • Integrate weather-based controllers to optimize irrigation timing based on climate conditions.

  • Ensure compliance with local regulations and environmental standards.

  • Monitor and troubleshoot irrigation system performance to address any issues promptly.

  • Prepare comprehensive documentation, including as-built drawings and manuals, upon project completion.

Plant & Irrigation System

Deep Well Rehabilitation

Don't let a poorly performing deep well ruin your water supply. Our deep well rehabilitation service is designed to provide you with a solution that works. We use the latest technology and methods to identify the issues with your well, and develop a plan to rehabilitate it, ensuring that your water supply is restored to perfect working condition.

  1. Site Assessment:

    • Conduct a comprehensive assessment of the current condition of the deep well.

    • Evaluate the geological and hydrogeological conditions of the site.

  2. Well Inspection:

    • Inspect the well casing and screen for any signs of corrosion, damage, or wear.

    • Evaluate the condition of the pump and associated components.

  3. Water Quality Analysis:

    • Perform water quality tests to assess the chemical and physical characteristics of the well water.

    • Identify any contaminants or parameters that may affect water quality.

  4. Pump and Motor Assessment:

    • Check the efficiency and condition of the existing pump and motor.

    • Determine if any upgrades or replacements are necessary.

  5. Casing and Screen Repairs:

    • Repair or replace damaged well casing or screen sections as needed.

    • Ensure proper sealing to prevent infiltration of surface water.

  6. Cleaning and Rehabilitation:

    • Implement well cleaning procedures to remove accumulated sediment, scale, or biofouling.

    • Use appropriate methods such as surging, brushing, airlifting, or chemical treatments.

  7. Development and Testing:

    • Develop the well to improve its efficiency and yield.

    • Conduct pumping tests to assess the well's performance and recovery.

  8. Grouting and Sealing:

    • Check and repair any voids in the annular space around the well casing.

    • Apply grouting as necessary to seal potential pathways for contaminants.

  9. Installation of Monitoring Equipment:

    • Install or upgrade monitoring equipment to track water levels, flow rates, and other relevant parameters.

    • Implement a system for regular monitoring and data collection.

  10. Documentation:

    • Maintain detailed records of all activities performed during the rehabilitation process.

    • Provide a comprehensive report summarizing the findings, actions taken, and recommendations for future maintenance.

  11. Compliance with Regulations:

    • Ensure that all rehabilitation activities comply with local, state, and federal regulations.

    • Obtain necessary permits and approvals before initiating the rehabilitation work.

  12. Training and Handover:

    • Provide training to well operators or maintenance personnel on the proper operation and maintenance of the rehabilitated well.

    • Prepare a handover document outlining maintenance procedures and schedules.

  13. Budget and Timeline:

    • Clearly define the budget for the rehabilitation project, including materials, labor, and equipment costs.

    • Establish a realistic timeline for the completion of each phase of the rehabilitation.

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